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The Morning Bulletin
Export market door open for CQ graziersTHE new year is paving the way for exports from the region and the low Australi
Export market door open for CQ graziers
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 8 hours ago
THE new year is paving the way for exports from the region and the low Australian dollar is making local producers highly competitive, according to Keppel MP Brittany Lauga. Ms Lauga said breaking into the international export market was a high... Read more
9h
Guardian Unlimited
Is Britain full? Home truths about the population panicfor cars. In 2008, the tube’s then managing director, Tim O’Toole, assured the
Is Britain full? Home truths about the population panic
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 9 hours ago
for cars. In 2008, the tube’s then managing director, Tim O’Toole, assured the London Evening Standard that, with the new hall, which cost £395m, “the underground station complex will ... be capable of handling all the extra demand predicted... Read more
21h
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Second Sydney airport at Badgerys Creek could operate 24-hoursairport - to be built in the city's west at Badgerys Creek - to operate around
Second Sydney airport at Badgerys Creek could operate 24-hours
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 21 hours ago
airport - to be built in the city's west at Badgerys Creek - to operate around the clock. Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Infrastructure Minister Warren Truss this afternoon announced Federal Cabinet approval of Badgerys Creek as the site of the... Read more
23h
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
How democratic are these backroom pre-selection battles?When Joe Hockey stepped down in North Sydney, there were just three Liberal can
How democratic are these backroom pre-selection battles?
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 23 hours ago
When Joe Hockey stepped down in North Sydney, there were just three Liberal candidates to take his place. (ABC News: Nicole Chettle) Labor has well-documented issues with union influence and branch stacking, but the New South Wales... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Lawrence's house callHanna, Dr Dennis Campbell, Graham Mills and Mike Horan with Lawrence Springborg
Lawrence's house call
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
Hanna, Dr Dennis Campbell, Graham Mills and Mike Horan with Lawrence Springborg. Health Minister and Member for Southern Downs Lawrence Springborg said Royalties for the Regions Round 3 was open to all councils outside South East... Read more
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Computer Business Review
SIA & Colt network infrastructure to connect ECB to T2Sdata centre and connectivity spaces as three British players unveil partnership
SIA & Colt network infrastructure to connect ECB to T2S
Computer Business Review / Posted yesterday
data centre and connectivity spaces as three British players unveil partnerships and expansion of its services in London, Wales and across Europe. British network, voice and data centre services provider Colt Technologies has announced that the... Read more
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The Hindu
Reliving rugby memoriesend result,” he says. The 39-year-old turns his attention to a more recent eve
Reliving rugby memories
The Hindu / Posted 3 days ago
end result,” he says. The 39-year-old turns his attention to a more recent event, which also rocked the world of rugby. New Zealand legend Jonah Lomu, who terrorised his rivals with speed and power, passed away in November last year, after... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Canada pension funds pull back on infrastructure as prices climbCanada’s biggest pension funds say they are walking away from more and more glo
Canada pension funds pull back on infrastructure as prices climb
The Globe and Mail / Posted 4 days ago
Canada’s biggest pension funds say they are walking away from more and more global infrastructure deals, citing concerns that intense competition for assets has driven valuations too far. The shift could help cool global prices for tunnels,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Harbour Bridge maintenance crews rely on robotic helperLaurent Matkovic entering a 30-centimetre-wide opening in tunnels on the archwa
Harbour Bridge maintenance crews rely on robotic helper
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
Laurent Matkovic entering a 30-centimetre-wide opening in tunnels on the archway of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. (ABC News: Nicole Chettle) A new climbing robot is revolutionising the way inspections are carried out inside 7.2 kilometres of... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Truss praises work done on highway so farNEW access roads, realignments and rockblasting along the first 26 kilometres o
Truss praises work done on highway so far
Daily Examiner / Posted 5 days ago
NEW access roads, realignments and rockblasting along the first 26 kilometres of the Woolgoolga to Ballina upgrade show real progress being made on the Pacific Highway upgrade. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Regional... Read more
5d
CIO
NSW launches MyServiceNSWNew South Wales today unveiled its new single customer account for accessing st
NSW launches MyServiceNSW
CIO / Posted 5 days ago
New South Wales today unveiled its new single customer account for accessing state government services. The system, dubbed MyServiceNSW, will be progressively rolled out across all NSW government services and transactions. “Too often online... Read more
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WA Today
WA's first point-point speed cameras to be installed along Forrest HighwayWA is a step closer to getting its first point-to-point cameras in the South We
WA's first point-point speed cameras to be installed along Forrest Highway
WA Today / Posted 5 days ago
WA is a step closer to getting its first point-to-point cameras in the South West. Western Australia is a step closer to getting its first point-to-point speed cameras, with the first trial location to be along Forrest Highway. The cameras, also... Read more
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Computer World Australia
NSW launches MyServiceNSWNew South Wales today unveiled its new single customer account for accessing st
NSW launches MyServiceNSW
Computer World Australia / Posted 5 days ago
New South Wales today unveiled its new single customer account for accessing state government services. The system, dubbed MyServiceNSW, will be progressively rolled out across all NSW government services and transactions. “Too often online... Read more
6d
Manning River Times
AGL cancels its Gloucester Gas ProjectIn breaking news today, AGL has announced it will not proceed with the Gloucest
AGL cancels its Gloucester Gas Project
Manning River Times / Posted 6 days ago
In breaking news today, AGL has announced it will not proceed with the Gloucester Gas Project and will cease production at the Camden Gas Project in South West Sydney in 2023, twelve years earlier than previously proposed. In breaking news today,... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Almost 2000 jobs to disappear if shipping reforms go aheadsix months a year. The Maritime Union of Australia estimated 1944 jobs would d
Almost 2000 jobs to disappear if shipping reforms go ahead
Daily Examiner / Posted 6 days ago
six months a year. The Maritime Union of Australia estimated 1944 jobs would disappear, including 938 from Queensland, New South Wales and the Northern Territory. A further 226 jobs would be lost from bulk trading routes along the eastern... Read more
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Northern Star
Almost 2000 jobs to disappear if shipping reforms go aheadsix months a year. The Maritime Union of Australia estimated 1944 jobs would d
Almost 2000 jobs to disappear if shipping reforms go ahead
Northern Star / Posted 6 days ago
six months a year. The Maritime Union of Australia estimated 1944 jobs would disappear, including 938 from Queensland, New South Wales and the Northern Territory. A further 226 jobs would be lost from bulk trading routes along the eastern... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Almost 2000 jobs to disappear if shipping reforms go aheadsix months a year. The Maritime Union of Australia estimated 1944 jobs would d
Almost 2000 jobs to disappear if shipping reforms go ahead
The Daily Mercury / Posted 6 days ago
six months a year. The Maritime Union of Australia estimated 1944 jobs would disappear, including 938 from Queensland, New South Wales and the Northern Territory. A further 226 jobs would be lost from bulk trading routes along the eastern... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Almost 2000 jobs to disappear if shipping reforms go aheadsix months a year. The Maritime Union of Australia estimated 1944 jobs would d
Almost 2000 jobs to disappear if shipping reforms go ahead
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 6 days ago
six months a year. The Maritime Union of Australia estimated 1944 jobs would disappear, including 938 from Queensland, New South Wales and the Northern Territory. A further 226 jobs would be lost from bulk trading routes along the eastern... Read more
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Queensland Times
Almost 2000 jobs to disappear if shipping reforms go aheadsix months a year. The Maritime Union of Australia estimated 1944 jobs would d
Almost 2000 jobs to disappear if shipping reforms go ahead
Queensland Times / Posted 6 days ago
six months a year. The Maritime Union of Australia estimated 1944 jobs would disappear, including 938 from Queensland, New South Wales and the Northern Territory. A further 226 jobs would be lost from bulk trading routes along the eastern... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Almost 2000 jobs to disappear if shipping reforms go aheadsix months a year. The Maritime Union of Australia estimated 1944 jobs would d
Almost 2000 jobs to disappear if shipping reforms go ahead
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 6 days ago
six months a year. The Maritime Union of Australia estimated 1944 jobs would disappear, including 938 from Queensland, New South Wales and the Northern Territory. A further 226 jobs would be lost from bulk trading routes along the eastern... Read more
12 related stories
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News Mail
Almost 2000 jobs to disappear if shipping reforms go aheadsix months a year. The Maritime Union of Australia estimated 1944 jobs would d
Almost 2000 jobs to disappear if shipping reforms go ahead
News Mail / Posted 6 days ago
six months a year. The Maritime Union of Australia estimated 1944 jobs would disappear, including 938 from Queensland, New South Wales and the Northern Territory. A further 226 jobs would be lost from bulk trading routes along the eastern... Read more
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6d
Daily Examiner
Locals fire questions during jail information sessionfirst of two hour-long sessions at the Tucabia Hall yesterday, in which Correct
Locals fire questions during jail information session
Daily Examiner / Posted 6 days ago
first of two hour-long sessions at the Tucabia Hall yesterday, in which Corrective Services Commissioner Peter Severin and Infrastructure NSW project director Greg Lake outlined plans for the new Grafton correctional centre, and discussed... Read more
6d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Senate votes to ask auditor-general to probe Roe 8 fundingprotests from people who fear the environmental impact on the Beeliar Wetlands,
Senate votes to ask auditor-general to probe Roe 8 funding
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 days ago
protests from people who fear the environmental impact on the Beeliar Wetlands, through which it will be built. (ABC News: Andrew O'Connor) The Senate has voted to ask the auditor-general to investigate the funding behind the $1.6 billion... Read more
6d
Northern Star
Ballina to Woolgoolga bypass well underway with major changesNEW access roads, realignments and rockblasting along the first 26 kilometres o
Ballina to Woolgoolga bypass well underway with major changes
Northern Star / Posted 6 days ago
NEW access roads, realignments and rockblasting along the first 26 kilometres of the Woolgoolga to Ballina upgrade show real progress being made on the Pacific Highway upgrade. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Regional... Read more
7d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Greens question Adelaide air pollution monitoringby a national meeting of environment ministers, saying they had been set higher
Greens question Adelaide air pollution monitoring
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
by a national meeting of environment ministers, saying they had been set higher than was desirable because of pressure from New South Wales based on the polluting impact of coal mines. "It really was a case of the lowest common denominator... Read more
7d
Daily Examiner
Calls to boost affordable rentals on North Coastthe net has been cast to the wider public for ideas on innovative financing mod
Calls to boost affordable rentals on North Coast
Daily Examiner / Posted 7 days ago
the net has been cast to the wider public for ideas on innovative financing models. "Population growth, coupled with major infrastructure projects such as the Pacific Highway Upgrade, has seen a tightening of the rental market and very low vacancy... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Owners of Guyra Tomato Exchange lose banana crop in Tullyand the dairy industry, the beef industry, some chicken meat industries back up
Owners of Guyra Tomato Exchange lose banana crop in Tully
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
and the dairy industry, the beef industry, some chicken meat industries back up through there and, of course, a lot of infrastructure associated with all those industries," he said. "People will be very nervous about the storm going through... Read more
9d
Kiama Independent
Global fund pays $150m for South Wharf TowerInternational investors CBRE Global Investors and Universal-Investment have pai
Global fund pays $150m for South Wharf Tower
Kiama Independent / Posted 9 days ago
International investors CBRE Global Investors and Universal-Investment have paid about $150 million for the South Wharf Tower in Melbourne. International investors CBRE Global Investors and Universal-Investment have paid about $150 million for the... Read more
9d
The Courier Mail
What energy consumers really wantof the state’s 412,000 small businesses, employers of a million people, is in t
What energy consumers really want
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
of the state’s 412,000 small businesses, employers of a million people, is in the throes of telling Annastacia Palaszczuk’s new Productivity Commission (looking at electricity prices at present) that a doubling of power bills in seven years is not... Read more
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Business Spectator
What energy consumers really wantof the state’s 412,000 small businesses, employers of a million people, is in t
What energy consumers really want
Business Spectator / Posted 9 days ago
of the state’s 412,000 small businesses, employers of a million people, is in the throes of telling Annastacia Palaszczuk’s new Productivity Commission (looking at electricity prices at present) that a doubling of power bills in seven years is not... Read more
10d
heraldscotland
City children being sold short over the right to play- were reclaimed by the community after lying abandoned for years. But this we
City children being sold short over the right to play
heraldscotland / Posted 10 days ago
- were reclaimed by the community after lying abandoned for years. But this week the council approved plans by developers New City Vision, to build executive flats on the site. However in a move branded “chaotic” the committee also voted... Read more
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Perth Now
Briggs kisses job goodbye, Brough is offKong bar incident involving a female public servant. The woman has officially
Briggs kisses job goodbye, Brough is off
Perth Now / Posted 12 days ago
Kong bar incident involving a female public servant. The woman has officially complained about the Cities Minister and South Australian MP’s behaviour, said to involve a kiss, a hug and a comment about her eyes. In a stunning revelation on the... Read more
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12d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Federal Opposition calls on state Liberal governments to support Gonski commitmentbillion. The Coalition will not fund the final two years of the Gonski agreeme
Federal Opposition calls on state Liberal governments to support Gonski commitment
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 days ago
billion. The Coalition will not fund the final two years of the Gonski agreement; instead, it is trying to hammer out a new agreement with states and territories which will apply from 2018 onwards. Labor state governments have accused the... Read more
12d
International Business Times
We shouldn't just Buy British - it often means an inferior and pricier product down to the fact that Britain's blast furnaces are obsolete, and there just isn
We shouldn't just Buy British - it often means an inferior and pricier product
International Business Times / Posted 12 days ago
down to the fact that Britain's blast furnaces are obsolete, and there just isn't much of a business case for investing in new plants in a country where costs are so much higher. Tom Forth has proposed some ways the government could try to minimse... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Enrolment hike puts pressure on NSW schoolsBumper enrolments put pressure on overcrowded New South Wales schools Hundreds
Enrolment hike puts pressure on NSW schools
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 days ago
Bumper enrolments put pressure on overcrowded New South Wales schools Hundreds of thousands of New South Wales students have gone back to school, many of them to classrooms that are bursting at the seams. Enrolments by the numbers: Source: NSW... Read more
12d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Councillor slams Aboriginal snub in government amalgamation documentin government amalgamation document Photo: Port Stephens councillor Peter Kafe
Councillor slams Aboriginal snub in government amalgamation document
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 days ago
in government amalgamation document Photo: Port Stephens councillor Peter Kafer outraged that a merger proposal between Newcastle and Port Stephens councils doesn't mention the local Worimi or Awabakal Aboriginal nations. (ABC News: David... Read more
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WA Today
Utilities face power break-upsimilar moves in Europe where utilities RWE and E.ON have hived off units to re
Utilities face power break-up
WA Today / Posted 13 days ago
similar moves in Europe where utilities RWE and E.ON have hived off units to respond to a changing power mix including renewable energy. PwC said there is huge appetite for utility and infrastructure assets. Photo: Paul Rovere "There is a lot... Read more
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Canberra Times
Utilities face power breaksimilar moves in Europe where utilities RWE and E.ON have hived off units to re
Utilities face power break
Canberra Times / Posted 13 days ago
similar moves in Europe where utilities RWE and E.ON have hived off units to respond to a changing power mix including renewable energy. PwC said there is huge appetite for utility and infrastructure assets. Photo: Paul Rovere "There is a lot... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Utilities face power break-upsimilar moves in Europe where utilities RWE and E.ON have hived off units to re
Utilities face power break-up
Brisbane Times / Posted 13 days ago
similar moves in Europe where utilities RWE and E.ON have hived off units to respond to a changing power mix including renewable energy. PwC said there is huge appetite for utility and infrastructure assets. Photo: Paul Rovere "There is a lot... Read more
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Hospitality Net
Oaks Hotels & Resorts announces debut in India with development of Oaks Neemranaits first property in India, Oaks Neemrana, scheduled to open in 2017. Neemran
Oaks Hotels & Resorts announces debut in India with development of Oaks Neemrana
Hospitality Net / Posted 13 days ago
its first property in India, Oaks Neemrana, scheduled to open in 2017. Neemrana is a fast developing business hub located southwest of New Delhi, on the Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor, a mega infrastructure project worth US $90 billion,... Read more
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The Age
Utilities face power breaksimilar moves in Europe where utilities RWE and E.ON have hived off units to re
Utilities face power break
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
similar moves in Europe where utilities RWE and E.ON have hived off units to respond to a changing power mix including renewable energy. PwC said there is huge appetite for utility and infrastructure assets. Photo: Paul Rovere "There is a lot... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Utilities face power breaksimilar moves in Europe where utilities RWE and E.ON have hived off units to re
Utilities face power break
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
similar moves in Europe where utilities RWE and E.ON have hived off units to respond to a changing power mix including renewable energy. PwC said there is huge appetite for utility and infrastructure assets. Photo: Paul Rovere "There is a lot... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Social housing: Mike Baird has set the standard for the rest of AustraliaBaird has set the standard for the rest of Australia If Mike Baird can introdu
Social housing: Mike Baird has set the standard for the rest of Australia
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 14 days ago
Baird has set the standard for the rest of Australia If Mike Baird can introduce a progressive social housing policy in New South Wales, why aren't we seeing this sort of push from the Commonwealth and other state premiers? Catherine Yeomans... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Rural Australians recognised for service to communities, industriesdeveloping countries is among those recognised in the 2016 Australia Day honour
Rural Australians recognised for service to communities, industries
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 15 days ago
developing countries is among those recognised in the 2016 Australia Day honours. (Margot Kelly) Related Story: Rural South Australians from health and winemaking to environmental biosecurity receive Australia Day Honours Related Story:... Read more
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Western Advocate
Australia Day Honours 2016: the full listof children. The Honourable Michael David RANN, Stepney, SA For eminent servi
Australia Day Honours 2016: the full list
Western Advocate / Posted 15 days ago
of children. The Honourable Michael David RANN, Stepney, SA For eminent service to the Parliament and the community of South Australia, particularly as Premier, through broad-ranging policy design and implementation, and to the advancement of... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Australia Day Honours 2016: the full listof children. The Honourable Michael David RANN, Stepney, SA For eminent servi
Australia Day Honours 2016: the full list
Kiama Independent / Posted 15 days ago
of children. The Honourable Michael David RANN, Stepney, SA For eminent service to the Parliament and the community of South Australia, particularly as Premier, through broad-ranging policy design and implementation, and to the advancement of... Read more
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Manning River Times
Australia Day Honours 2016: the full listof children. The Honourable Michael David RANN, Stepney, SA For eminent servi
Australia Day Honours 2016: the full list
Manning River Times / Posted 15 days ago
of children. The Honourable Michael David RANN, Stepney, SA For eminent service to the Parliament and the community of South Australia, particularly as Premier, through broad-ranging policy design and implementation, and to the advancement of... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Australia Day Honours 2016: the full listof children. The Honourable Michael David RANN, Stepney, SA For eminent servi
Australia Day Honours 2016: the full list
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 15 days ago
of children. The Honourable Michael David RANN, Stepney, SA For eminent service to the Parliament and the community of South Australia, particularly as Premier, through broad-ranging policy design and implementation, and to the advancement of... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Australia Day Honours 2016: the full listof children. The Honourable Michael David RANN, Stepney, SA For eminent servi
Australia Day Honours 2016: the full list
Daily Liberal / Posted 15 days ago
of children. The Honourable Michael David RANN, Stepney, SA For eminent service to the Parliament and the community of South Australia, particularly as Premier, through broad-ranging policy design and implementation, and to the advancement of... Read more
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The Border Mail
Australia Day Honours 2016: the full listof children. The Honourable Michael David RANN, Stepney, SA For eminent servi
Australia Day Honours 2016: the full list
The Border Mail / Posted 15 days ago
of children. The Honourable Michael David RANN, Stepney, SA For eminent service to the Parliament and the community of South Australia, particularly as Premier, through broad-ranging policy design and implementation, and to the advancement of... Read more
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